The connection between metacognition and reflexivity might feel like a relatively academic link to make but, for the two of us, it is about securing practitioner enquiry in the teacher domain...Continue reading
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This blog post will address two questions: When studying the teaching profession, why combine the concepts of teacher autonomy and teacher agency? And why compare such different national settings...Continue reading
The BERA Bites series presents selected articles from the BERA Blog on key topics in education, presented in an easily printable and digestible format to serve as teaching and learning...
This event has now been postponed. To be kept updated on when this will be reschedule for, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Teacher Education Lead: Professor Diane Mayer, Professor of...
The key teacher education policy issue at the 2019 general election is the initial teacher education (ITE) content framework for England, rushed out in the dying hours of the Conservative...Continue reading
Identifying components of initial teacher education (ITE) that all accredited ITE providers in England will have to adopt was never going to be an easy task. On the one hand, ITE providers must...Continue reading
Despite renewed efforts in many countries to align educational practice more closely with findings from educational research, there is little clarity about how teachers can, in principle, use...Continue reading
In contexts in which English as a foreign language is a mandatory subject in secondary education, language learning motivation can be a challenge for teachers and ministerial curriculum...Continue reading